Originally used in Norway to hunt for Puffins, the Lundehund has six toes on each foot, prick ears that it can control at will, and the ability to tip its head backward to touch its backbone. The Norwegian Lundehund is unlike any other breed
The Alaskan Klee Kai is one of the new breeds. It is a smaller version of the Siberian Husky. This breed is extremely rare and it was designed to be a companion version of the great sled dogs of the north for city folks. It was developed in the 1970s by Linda S. Spurlin of Wasilla, Alaska, and her family, and made available to the public in 1988. However it took a long time for this breed to become a show dog.
Hungarian Pumi - A medium-sized herding breed, the Pumi is know for their intelligence and active personality. The Hungarian Pumi is a terrier type dog that enjoys the job of herding cattle, sheep, and swine. This breed does best in a home where they have an active partner to take them jogging, play frisbee, fetch, or any type of agility every day. They are easy to train and very focused.
Canadian Eskimo Dog - Rare, one of N. America's rarest/oldest purebred indigenous dogs, also called Qimmiq or Qimmit, rare because little effort to inform other dog lovers, used for sled pulling/packing, hunting seal breathing holes, holding polar bears a